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Health & Social

AGE Psychiatric aids for older citizens

Advice for relatives, memory consultation hour, individual case assistance
The counseling center AGE ("Angehörigenberatung Gedächtnissprechstunde Einzelfallhilfe") is a cooperation between the city of Wolfsburg and the AWO Psychiatriezentrum Königslutter.

AGE in Wolfsburg is a contact point for older people with mental illnesses and their relatives. The members of the multi-professional team offer competent counseling and psychosocial support. Our work is composed of the areas of family counseling, individual case assistance and family groups .

Logos of the AWO and the city of Wolfsburg

Contact:

Appointments are requested.

City of Wolfsburg
Health Division
Gerontopsychiatric Counseling Center AGE
Rosenweg 1A
38446 Wolfsburg

Phone: 05361 / 28 - 2040
Fax: 05361 / 28 - 1774

E-mail: BeratungsstelleAGE@stadt.wolfsburg.de

Bus connection: WVG lines 203 and 204, bus stop Kiebitzweg

Opening hours:

Monday 8:30 - 16:30
Tuesday 8:30 - 16:30
Wednesday 8:30 - 15:30
Thursday 8:30 - 17:30

Friday 08:30 - 16:30
Saturday 10:00 - 18:00
Sunday 10:00 - 18:00
Public holidays 10:00 - 18:00

  • Advice for relatives

    This counseling service is for family members or acquaintances who care for or accompany a mentally ill, elderly person.

    We offer:

    • Relieving conversations
    • Assistance and suggestions in dealing with relatives
    • Answers to questions
    • Information about regional support services
    • Discussion groups for caring relatives

  • Individual case assistance

    For people with a gerontopsychiatric illness who wish to remain in their familiar home environment, we coordinate medical, social and nursing care services. This is done primarily in the context of home visits.

    Call us if you are concerned about the changing behavior of a relative or neighbor.

  • Family groups

    Caring relatives often feel left alone with their worries and find little recognition and support among their friends and acquaintances.
    The discussion group enables an exchange with other affected persons about feelings of grief, helplessness, shame and anger. In addition, there is also an exchange of necessary information in connection with the exhausting care of people with dementia.

    The group meets on a fortnightly basis over 10 dates. It is designed to have regular attendance if possible. Participants bring a willingness to share their concerns, fears and distressing feelings with other family members. The groups are led by Dorothee Humperdinck and Gabi Schöttke and take place on Monday mornings and Thursday afternoons.


    For more information, please use the contact details above.

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